Dartmouth Engineering Application Links

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    Doctor of Philosophy

    For applicants looking to acquire technical depth in their chosen area of engineering interest while gaining breadth of knowledge in related fields. In addition to courses in applied mathematics and engineering, PhD students undertake a multi-year research project, usually part of a larger multidisciplinary project. These research projects are negotiated with a faculty mentor who sponsors the student in the program.

    PhD Application


    Master of Engineering

    Application for the On-Campus MEng Program

    For those seeking to become professional engineers or who are engineers already seeking to add depth and/or specialized knowledge within an area of study. The MEng degree is a flexible course-based program that prepares students for a professional engineering career through a foundational mastery in one of six engineering tracks. The MEng does not require a thesis and can be completed either full-time over nine months, or part-time over several years.

    MEng Application


    Master of Engineering Management

    The MEM integrates the study and practice of engineering and management to develop outstanding leaders in our tech-driven world by combining graduate level engineering courses with management classes at Tuck School of Business. Through this highly customizable program, students have the opportunity to either focus on a specific area of study or chart a path that closely matches their professional interests. The MEM is a 15-month (5-term) program where 1 term is a required internship.

    MEM Application


    Master of Science

    The MS stresses innovative research, advanced levels of engineering skills, and extensive project management experience. MS students acquire basic competency in applied mathematics and engineering, a breadth of knowledge through coursework, and a depth of knowledge through both focused coursework and research. The MS requires students to complete a thesis for graduation.  Applicants are encouraged to identify a faculty member early on willing to sponsor them. Enrollment is capped per year.

    MS Application


    Bachelor of Engineering

    Students interested in pursuing the BE must first earn a Bachelor of Arts degree as a Dartmouth undergraduate or a Dual-Degree Program student from one of our partner institutions. This is a professional degree program accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.

    BE Application